Latest news on data protection, privacy and cybersecurity regulatory developments, data breaches and enforcement actions happening around the world.
Vulnerable IT service providers are becoming entry points for supply chain attacks as seen in the recent attack on Wipro. The attack follows closely after Wipro CEO declares "security cannot be a show stopper for business priorities".
Recent SWIFT report shows an evolution of cyber threats to international payment flows with cyber criminals becoming increasingly sophisticated in evading detection when carrying out fraudulent payment transactions.
Democrats pushed through a new bill to reinstate the Net Neutrality rules to prevent large broadband Internet providers from blocking or slowing Internet access, or prioritizing their own content over the content of smaller rivals.
A new study from Tanium indicates that businesses overwhelmingly believe that cyber resilience and business resilience is fundamental, but have a great deal of trouble achieving it.
“Many Americans are lost” when it comes to dealing with data breaches. According to a new survey by Lexington Law, many do not even check whether or not they are victims.
A massive supply chain attack had distributed malware to tens of thousands of ASUS computers worldwide through legitimate ASUS software updates. It appears as if the attackers had inside information about ASUS servers and systems.
Huawei has made “no material progress” on addressing Huawei cybersecurity flaws discovered a year ago. Recent HCSEC study shows Huawei cybersecurity practices are untrustworthy and present high risk to the UK for large 5G network build-outs.
Insurance giant Marsh & McLennan is leading a “Cyber Catalyst” program involving top cyber insurance companies to provide seal of approval for top-rated cybersecurity products. How will this impact consumers and the cyber insurance industry?
According to new research, brand-new Android smartphones comes with pre-installed apps which are used for data harvesting, tracking and monitoring, all without the knowledge of the user.
Posing as Quanta Computer, Lithuanian took $100 million from Google and Facebook through a phishing scam involving email spoofing and forged paperwork. How can companies protect themselves against business email compromise?